Defining Provocation in Dog Bite Cases


Dogs truly are man’s best friends, but it’s important to recognize that they are also animals, with motives and instincts that may be unfathomable to humans. When a dog attacks and bites, it’s a terrifying experience, often even more so than if the attack came from a wild animal because we think of our own…

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What to Do If You Witness a Car Accident in Missouri


Seeing a car accident unfold in front of you while you’re driving to work or walking on a sidewalk is a shocking experience. While we all know that anyone involved in a car accident in Missouri must remain at the scene until cleared by law enforcement to leave, does the same law apply to witnesses?…

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Can You Sue a Minor for a Car Accident in Missouri?


Car accidents are terrifying and traumatic, especially when they result in serious injuries to you and/or your loved ones. Discovering that the driver responsible for your accident is a minor adds an additional level of frustration because children cannot be expected to act as prudently as adults and aren’t held to the same standards. We…

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Who Is Liable for a T-Bone Accident in Missouri?


A T-bone accident is a terrifying experience, often because the drivers never see it coming. T-bone accidents are angle collisions that occur when the front of one vehicle collides with the side of another vehicle, forming a T-shape at the point of the collision. They most often occur in intersections. T-bone collisions are the second-greatest…

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5 Common Spine Injuries After a Car Accident


The crash force of a car accident causes tremendous trauma to the body. In an accident at only 30 mph, a 100-pound person becomes a 3,000-pound force still in forward motion inside a vehicle as the car comes to a sudden stop on impact. One of the most vulnerable body parts during a crash is…

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